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The Success of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

Tlio §M!CCSS off HjalMH'. At the present time groafc changes aro joining about in tho cocial status of mankind. ; A man is not now-ft-days considered a God, bccattso' his father was a clcvcr nsorcr or mcrchaut. It is becoming a recognisod fact that all men aro equal — asjinou— and have each the right to enjoy life's blessings to an equal degree. In the past it lias always been tho aim of the rich to grind down the noor. and an the latter had hut ono alternative— starvation— they wero compelled to he thankful for what they could get. But now education is opening men's eyes to the fncfc that mankind could enjoy much moro pleasure and comfort it such large shaves of tho world's wealth were not annexed by the few. The day of a great industrial revolution is at hand, and a brighter and better future is in store for us both socially and financially, and whilst paying attention to theso great interests it is also essential to take particular care oi our physical well-being. An all-seeing p...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WONDERFUL BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

A WONDERFUL BABY. In 1721 thero was born nt Lubeok, Ger many, ono of tho most remarkable charac ters ovor known in tho history ol the world or, perhapo, that will over bo known in all times to como, littlo Christian Heineoken, who could pronounco overy word contained' in tbo German language when but nino and ono half months old. wnen ono year oi ago ho know all tho leading events in tho world'B history, and was as familiar with tho Pentateuch no most modorn profossoro woro supposed to bo with their firBt text book. At fourteen months ho could give a completo history of avery book in tho Old and Now Testament ; at two years and six months ho could readily anower any question in geography or anoient hiotory. Ho could enter into conversation with tha learned savants in Gorman, Frenob, Latin ond Dutob, when ending tho third year of hio lifo, whioh terminated a fow montho later by his death in 1725, in tho fourth year of his age. In tho fow ohort weeko allotted to him, little Henry was b...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

General News. A largo deputation waited upon tho Minister for Justice onTueadny in euppovtof a number of potitions praying for tho reloaso of; tho Broken Hill atriko leadore, or tlio commutation of their santoncoa. TVhilo recognising that tho deputation ropresontod importaut intorosts and muoh political forco Mr. O'Connor onid that tlio high oflico lio hold should bo oxorciaed ontiroly npait from any olnsa fooling or political influouco. Con sidering whnt tho oilonco wns, it seomod to him that it would bo vory liko n fnrco if tho mere passing of a soutonco. followod by fivo wooka' imprisonmont, woro to bo taken ns a vindication of tho law. Tho law could only be vindicated by tho nontoncoa boing carried out to ii substantial oxtont, and ho folt it hia duty to any that nl tho pro3ont timo ho could not. rocommond any romisaion. In tho absonco of tbo Govorntaent, tho French Chambor of Doputfea haa votod an urgoncy bill, granting tho Panama Com mittoo ef Inqiliry, ostonaivo judical powor...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Steam Horse-Cleaner. In Ingenious Process Now in Use in a Chicago Stable. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

Steam Borse-Cleane'. In Ingenious Process Now io X/BG in a Chicago Stable. In tho basement or grogpd floor ot the Palmer Houso livory otablea, two employee otood on either sido of a large, powerfully, built berno whioh wob undergoing hio toilet in stable porjfjuce, 'gittin' cleaned and our- riod.' In exactly forty ceeondo thfi fijjimal was turned over to his keeper oo bright as a pew pin— not a opeok of dirt nor a turned haif l-j u.-j ;ji:uu uu mu uiuuii, buiuy coai. hib stop noamcd brioker and ho aoted muah like a psroon who h.od just hod an invigorating both. In two houra time, no toss than one hun dred and flfty horoeo, big and littlo, had re. coivcd their daily cleanup and wero ready to pronco out into cocioty. The paueo ot thia revolution in the art ot h'i'oc-clen;ung, rubbing down and currying, all in ono, ia a eimpjp Contrivanco, a movabla Bhaft at one end of wbjch ;a q ciroular brash composed of fairly otiO brin'tlcs, ? Tho brush, whioh ia run hy o'iodm.re-volrea many hundre...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children. Plato. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

GbUfcreit. Plato. Plato was a littlo fellow, weighing only ten or a dozen poundB, swift of foot and motion, ond showing plainly his torrior blood. Ho was of a soft, bright chcotnut huo, with a single whito opot on his brooBt. His ears wero short and alert hin cycs clear and ? h!n tnil— ah.what talea that tail could tell I Thot whioh hio boautiful, speaking eyos, hio quivering ears, and hia somewhat limited voool organa failed to ex presa, hia tail waa quito oufiioient to ex. P''' Plato,' his master would say, 'what is the use of your making suoh an ado with that '^Tbump, thump, was Plato'o unconcerned r° ''leo hero, doggie, I think wo shall have to cut off that toil.' A low growl from Plato and a moro em phatic thump. ? ' Plato, listen. Tho way I shall do will bo »„1,„ „„ .YK ? nrirl ? nnt — vour — toil-- on — ? a— stick— of— wood— and— . At this oulminating point of description Plato'o indignation alwayo got the better of his mannerB ; and, with hair ond tail ereot in soornful defi...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Modern Fables. THE JACKDAW AND THE OWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

Modem Fables. THE J1CKDAW AND IDE OWL, The jackdaw, having heard muoh about the wisdom of tbe owl, and being moved by jealousy thereto, determined to bold him up to ridiculo.. He . gathered his friends to gether and waited upon the owl ond said : ' You aro reputed to be the wisest of all birds. Wo have oome to learn wisdom from your words. Give us a short speooh,' The owl winked and blinked but kopfc ?j silent. ? ? Come. co ahead.' urced the iaclidaw. The owl was still silent. 'Thorol What did I tell you ('screamed ' the jackdaw to a fox, who hud halted to , ' gee tho disturbance. 'I havo always con tended that the owl was n fool instead of a philosopher, and here ia tho proof. 'He can't open his mouth to oay a word I' 'Sly fellow-traveller on the rocky road to Halifax,' roplied tho fox, 'in keeping bis ' mouth shut in tho prosonco of his critics tho ' 'owl displays mora wisdom and philosophy ' than ever before in his lite.' ' ' Moral: Talk is the weak spot in overy man's armour.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Health. The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

®-ealtb. ' : Xhe Inner Man. The origin ol baking precoden tho period of history, and ia involved in the obscurity ot the early ogoa ot the human race. Ex oavationo mnda in Switzerland gave evidence -: that tho art ol making broad waa practised ?by oar prehistoric nnooDtoro an early aa tho ? ? Btohs period. From tlio ohape of tho loaves 1 it in thought that no ovens woro used at that ? time, bat tho dough v/as rolled into small round calico and laid on hot stones, being oovcrod with glowing ashoa. Bread ia men tioned in tho book of Genesis, whero Abra ham, wishing to entertain throe anj;cln, nfffiTflrl tn ' fnlflll r\ mnrtlnl nf lirnnrl ' Tlalrinr, io again rolorrcd to whero Sarah haa instruc tions to 'malio ready quiokly threo measures of fine meal, knead it, and mako cakes upon tho hearth.' Lot entertained two angola by giving them unleavened broad. Tho moro mention of unleavened broad shows that ? there woro two kinds of bread mado even at that time. Tho art of baking waa oarricd ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brilliants. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

ffiUlUants. Oar greatest good £nd what wo can leant spare la hope. — Armstrong, It I might do ono deed of good, Ono littlo deed beforo I die, Or think ono noblo thought, that ohonld Hereafter not forgotten lie, I would not murmur, though I roust Be lost in death'o unnumbered dust. Tho filmy wing that wafts tho seed TTnnn thooarolean wind to earth. 01 its ebort lifo han only need To find tho germ fit placo nt birth ; For ono swift moment of delight It whirls, then withers out qI sight. — ]?. W. Bourdillon. Judge not ; tho working of hio brain And of his heart tbou canst not seo ; ?What looks to thy dim eyes a otnin, In God's pure light may only bo A soar, brought from oomo well-fought field, Whero thouwouldst only faint nnd yield. The look, tho air that frots thy sight, May bo a token that below Tho soul has closed in deadly fight With somo internal fiery foe, Whose glanco would scorch thy smiling grace, And cast theo shuddering on thy faco. — Adelaide A. Prootor, Life ia too short f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Novelist. ONCE AGAIN; OR OUR AMATEUR THEATRICALS. CHAPTER II.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

?Roveltst. ONCE AGAIN; OR ? OUR AMATEUR THEATRICALS. BY A. 0. I)B BOltni.N'a. CHAPTER II. — (Continued,) Moody at onco flung himself upon the rug lieforo tho . fonder, looking superb, andaceptically surveying the company in general, .whilst Sanky went straight to Miss Mountmorrcs, placed his head on lier knee, staring up nt her with apparent admiration. ? When the introductions were over I thought it high time to inter fere. _ iOH«ato»j *? oujj gested, ' will you please rocollect, ladies nnd gentlemen, tlie evening doesn't last forever.' -1 At this moment occurred a remarkable - incident. Suddenly, without warning and for no apparont reason, Sanky lifted his head from under the caressing hand, and gave a long, blood-curdling howl that startled, us all. 'Stop that music, will you 1' said the colonel, giving the dog a gentle kick. Miss Leathes, who was the first to re cover, observed jauntily : ' He has a reputation to keep up.' Cobnel Markham apparently did not seo the drift of hor p...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
He Had No Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

lie Sail No ClQthev, Ono day, when Thomas Cratty, the celebrated lawyer, was a young man, be re ceived an invitation to a swell ball. In the lower left-hand oorner ot the invitations wero the letters ' E S. V. P.,' and they were too much for Cratty. He puzzled over them for a while, and then went to a friend. ' What does 'B. S.V, P.' Btand for?' ho asked. ' Eeapondez s'il vous plait,' Replied the the friend, 'iRespondo silver plate 1' exolaimed Oratty. 'What does that mean? Have I got to Bend my regrets on a Balver ?' 'l?o 1 it means ' Respond, l| yOU p]eaie.' Tho hostoaa wnnts on answer,' ' All right, I'll send one.'1 Oratty went out and bought c&me cream colored noto papor, and then penned his re- ' grets. Thoy read : ?' Mr. Cratty regrets Ills inability toacoerj: Mrs. Blank a kind invitation. » T. H. N. C,' Of oquj-cp tho ho.Etesa was puzzled. Sb( ? ootildn't make head or tail out of T. II. N. 0 , and so substituted tho strango miBBivo to hoi husband. Ho promptly gave it ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

moveiist. The Rajah's Yengeancs. ? A STORY OF INDIA By FREDERICK M. DEY. CHAPTER IV.- -Continued. Aa 1 was BCttliug my account a noto was handed no, and being for tho moment forgetful o! my nn* known correspondent, I was rather surprised. Breaking tho seal 1 read : *Hurha desires that you remain in Calais one day longer.' I had paid my bill and mado every preparation for a start, and to chango my mind suddenly and rcmali} a day longor when 1 had to dotermincd to so. and lust becauGOofthorcccintof anote. seemed to mo to bo weak, and I therefore resolved not io heed the command for that once. ' Surely a day can mako r.o difference/ I thought ; ond ao, carefully destroying this note, as 1 had tho other, by using it with which to light ft cigcr, 1 boarded tho train for Paris. Notwithstanding my determination, howover, I felt uneasy. A strango presentiment tbat some thing unpleasant wuo about to happen troublod mo. Nevertheless, I arrived cafely in Paris, and was driven to my hotel witho...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOY AND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

THE BOY AND THE WORLD. On boyhood a aummit radiant ho Dtanda IVith heart on fire, and oh I tho world ho ccea : , Queen-cities throned nbovo vast, pioaoant Ices, I Tho cbarm of quiot hamlets, and tnooands I Of goldon rivers, whilo far olT oxpanda Tho soa— its cilencco and mysteries 1 And loves light rorcato falling soft o'er theso, Andirioed hope archcd high o'er all tho lands. O visions beautiful and hopes sublimo ! Well, well for us that journey wearily Through torrid wastes, toward you to turn somo times — As toward como fairy isle in memory's cea — Forgetting there in dreams of that bright clime Where onco wo roved, heart high and fancy free.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poetry. DAWN GLIMPSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

{poetup. DAWN GLIMPSES. A. faint sweet wind, cool aa o woman's palin Upon a fofcrcd foreheaflin thonight, From far cea-booomcd inlca of bloom nnd palm, Floats through tho widening Arch of orange ? ' . - ' Usht, WhCTO Jut tho toy-winga droop in nlumbcrouo calm. Thero io a hucli li!:o tint which falls between Thomc'3urc3ojcomo mnsic heard in dreams, . YPhilo thrilling yet, tin hungry car will lean To hold tbo last dclicioua chord that cecraa To dio down cndlc:a corridors unseen. ' Liko como tall g^Hcon from tlio lands of gold, Fading afar nlong tho ar.uro deep, Tho outaran moon wnnca wc:tward, wliito r.nd cold, Whilo o'er her wnn and wr.atcd vicago creep Tho gleaming veils of morning, fold on fold. i

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wingello. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

Wingello. /'From Our Correspondent.) The Weather haa beon very warm for the last week, but a very pleasant ohange has takon place. No doubt Wednesday night's storm nad something to do with this. ' ' Jeffke-? Brothers have taken over Mr. Curry's eucalypti plant nnd aro now making oil for exportation. i Our worthy friend Mr. P. Goodwin ' has met witn niB uauui &uuu Auuix ^um — timo he cut his log oevoroly, I really cannot , understand Pat. Ho is no bad as a Chinese puszlo, A fow months ago he foil ovor forty feet amongst a lot of trooa and rocks, and with tho exception of a broken arm and a few bruises ho camo out of tbo bupineso OK, and with a omilo on his face liko a working bullock. Thio time, however, Pal was no doubt trying which was tho toughest —hiB leg or his axo. The axo won hando down 1 Mr. Goodwin loot a lot of blood, but I am very glad to stato tliat in tho pouroo of a fow days our friond will bo alright aBI am informed that several residents of tho jiainVt intend ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

LOCAL SELF:GOVERNMENT. (To ' the Editor of the Scrutineer.) ' I Sir,— It is to be hoped that no party con- 1 sideration will be allowed to.Jnterfere with the passage o£ the Local Government Bill through Parliament.' Again and again we have had the measure dangled before us in ?. the most tantalising manner, but now we halve a chance of beholding our wishes realised. The bill introduced by Jlr. Dibbs and his colleagues is a good one so far as it goes, but to make it really efficient the various clauses rnuso oo careiuny cruiuiseu by those versed in the details of municipal administration and familiar with municipal requirements. In inviting the co-operation of the various municipalities in discussing the details of the measure the National Associa tion has acted wisely and in a manner calculated to prove cf good to the public. Tha more perfect the measure can be made tbe greater will be the amount of its useful ness and the moro rapidly will it enable the colony to regain a portion, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINGELLO, BOMBALLAWAY, AND KAREELA SCHOOLS. THE BATTLE OF THE SITES. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

WINGELLO, BOMBALLAWAY, AND KAREELA 80R00LS. The Battle op the Sites. i (To tho Editor of tho Scrutineer). JSjr, — I road in your papor of tho 3rd instant, from an original corrospondont signed G. W. Layton, concorning Wingollo, Bomballaway, ond Koroola schools. Will you kindly permit mo through yonr columns to contradict oomo of his romarii3 and oorreot othoro. I dony that I havo advancod ' uny unduo claim to tho Bomballaway Sohool. Oortainly tho ochool io orcctod up on my land, but not at my residonco. Tho uohool hoB boon ostabliohed olovon yoara noxt month, and hao boon a publio school over eight yeara. Tho sohool is not mine ; it was built by mo for tho purpose it is usod for, and is leased to tho Educational Depart ment. Mr. Q-. W. Lnyton ia aloo misin formed ao to distance. As it io now, children are travelling a considerable distance from and past schools already provided for thom to keep up tho atten dance at Wingello. Ono family at Cable's Siding represents as many children ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale R.R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

Moss Vale It.R. Coips. Tho lost stago of tho quartorly prizo shooting was completed an Saturday last with tho following result :— GOO 700 TT mi yds yds H'? T1 T.Conlon ? 20 17 15-52 W. Jones ? 23 16 12-51 H. G. Lambert ... 29 19 0 — 48 H. Coleman ? 20 27 0 -47 F. Wotton ... ... 21 17 8—40 J. Mm ... - -Hr -3 -21—38 ? D. Clifford ? 14 8 -15—87 - G. Bailoy ... - ... ,21 3 5—29 Aooheoate. . ' - ' Tho following aro tho aggregates for the past quarter:— T. Conlon ... 01 56 52—169 H.Coleman... 61 53 47-161 VV. Jones ... 61 47 51— 1E9 H. Lambert... 53 55 48 — 156 F. Wotton ... 61 46 46—153 D.Clifford ... CI 47 37—145 J. Pricg ... 61 44 38—143 G. Bailoy ... 54 53 29—136

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST Sydney, Doc. 7th» £ s. -1. £ a. d , Butter (factory), por lb ... 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 7 0 0 8 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 0 0 0 0: Bacon, hand cured ... 0 0 6J 0 0 6J Do. machinc cured ... 0 0 4J 0 0 6 Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 9 0 0 ,10 , Do, machinc cured ... . 0 0 G . 0 0 7. . Lard ... ... ... 0 0 0 0 ' 0 6J Cheese, lstqnality ... 0 0 4£. 0 0 5 ^ Do. 2nd aud inferior ... 0 0 4-0 ro 4^ Honey perlb. ? 0 0 2- ! 0 ':0vS Pifis, cach ... ... ... 0 25 0 '1 12 . 6 Calves ? 0.5 0 150 Hides peril). ... 0 0 2 0.0- 3 Calfskins, each ? 0 0 9 , ,0. 19. Tallow, per ton ? 20 0 0 21 0 0 Flour ? 10 10 0 11 10 0 Do. 2nd ... ... ... 0' 0 0 : :ll 3 0 Maize, per bush. ... ... 0 4' 0 0 .4 3 Wheat (chick) ... ... 0 . 0- 0 0,0 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... 4 10 0- y 5 .10* 0 . Barley (Eng.), por bush. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do. (Cape) ... ... 0 0 0 . 0- 0 0 Bran .. ... ... ... 0 0 94 ' 0'0 10J Pollard ? ... 0 0 lOjj 0 0 114 Oats (seed) ... ... ? ;... 0 ? 2 ;9 ; . / .0 2: ] 1 ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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The Financial Seandals. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

TTlio UMamclM SMPwHaJs. Nover, probably, in the world's history has^an equally young community sufforod a commeroial relapse from over-speculation and, insomo instances, rank swindling such aa Victoria has lately chron icled. Porsons in high place3— men who wero gcnorally regarded a3 models of probity and stability — are solf-convicted juggjera with other people's monoy, who went in daringly # for rash speculations, littlo heeding that conudmg investors would havo to bear tho conscquoncos of probablo failuro. Permanent Building Societies seem to havo been 11 permanent' only go long as thoy wero not called upon to meet their obligations. Banks with ljigh.sounding and comprehensive titles, by inordinate advances gn inefficient security, or no security at all, havo '- shut up shqp' oqly Y/'ierj tho funds of their shareholders havo been dissipated. The list of widows and in6rm old men and women, of provident pooplo who had fondly hoped they were secure against want, but who havo boon re...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Great Circus. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 10 December 1892

. A Great Circus. Tho opening of Ellis' Great Circus and Menagerie in Sydney, was an event of more than passing importanco. The menagerio is rather an extensive one, and the animals are fino specimens of their kind. Thoy include elephants, lions, monkeys, a tiger, n leopard, ifcc., and are seen to excellent advantago. The riding is excellent, especially that of the males, wnoso appearance and demeanour is a very pleasing and attractive feature. The general character of tho performance must be set down as certainly very enjoyable and ex citing to a high degree. An elephant named Bob, a Javanese pony known as Resident, and a monkey designated Adonis enter the ring, and immediately establish themselves as prime favorites, especially among the juvenile portion of the audience, who fairly shriek with laughter. Tho pony and elephant have a game at see-saw, and afterwards sit down to an improvised table where thoy are waited upon by tho monkey, and all are very friendly together. Tho monke...

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